height. Unsure of your cervix height? Use our measurement guide, here!
- Unlike our regular Hello Cups, the Hello Low Cervix Menstrual Cup does not have a toggle at the base. This is because people with a low cervix have a shorter vaginal canal, so they may find the toggle exposed, or uncomfortable. Instead, Hello Low Cervix Cups have a rounded base that is thickened – allowing for easy removal.
- Our Hello Low Cervix Menstrual Cup comes in two sizes – M and L (for 'Lovely').
The Hello Cup Low Cervix menstrual cup is a complete game changer when it comes to your period.
- Hypoallergenic + Medical-Grade
- Designed specifically for users with a low cervix
- Holds 3x more than single-use tampons and pads
- Reusable for years
- Made from hypoallergenic, medical-grade TPE (thermoplastic elastomer). Silicone and BPA free.
- Designed by a Registered Nurse for stand-out comfort
- Made with love in New Zealand
- Recyclable + Compostable packaging. Clear film is made from plants, not plastic!
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We recommend a shallow punchdown fold for Hello Cups
We say ‘shallow’ because the key is to make sure the punch doesn't go below the letters on the side of the cup. Once you've nailed the fold, insert your Hello Cup. Once it pops open, give it a gentle tug to help it form a seal and you’re good to go. If it’s in correctly and is the right size, you shouldn’t get any leakage. Like most things in life, you might need to practice a bit until you’ve got the hang of it.
You can leave menstrual cups in for up to 12 hours. As a guide, on heavier days you might want to remove it every three or four hours. On light days you can leave it for up to 12 hours.
To remove your Hello Cup, feel for the base of the cup. Give it a gentle squeeze – this helps to break the seal – and pull down slowly. Once it’s out, simply tip the contents down the loo, rinse (or wipe if there’s no tap handy) and reinsert. Easy!
Once your period is over, we recommend you sterilise your Hello Cup either by using a 1/4 of a sterilisation tablet in a glass of water. You can also give it a quick 3 minute boil on the stove (don’t let the bottom of the cup touch the bottom of the pan though).